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8100 Radio Access Testing - Data Throughput & Development Library: I get an error 'Interface number not found' when trying to setup PS-calls using NIC (Netowrk Interface Card)


Your UE file does not have the proper name set for the RNDIS/local area connection


1. Open your UE file

2. Click on the side tab 'Spirent Data Client'

3. In the box 'Device Interface name', verify that you have the proper RNDIS/local area connection name filled in. You can find the proper name by either looking at the Laptop's network connection settings window, or alternatively execute a cmd shell on the laptop and type 'route print'. Note: It is enough to enter part of the name string, so long as the partial string does not match any other interfaces listed

[04/19/12 11:33:13.796]: ===========================================================================
[04/19/12 11:33:13.796]: Interface List
[04/19/12 11:33:13.796]: 0x1 ........................... MS TCP Loopback interface
[04/19/12 11:33:13.796]: 0x2 ...00 21 70 bd 3c 96 ...... Intel(R) 82567LM Gigabit Network Connection - Packet Scheduler Miniport
[04/19/12 11:33:13.796]: 0x10004 ...96 d3 42 cf 5e 15 ...... Motorola USB RNDIS Device - Packet Scheduler Miniport
[04/19/12 11:33:13.796]: ===========================================================================
[04/19/12 11:33:13.796]: ===========================================================================

4. Verify that the RNDIS/local area connection is still present in the network settings window at the time the PS call is setup.


Attachment Description
Sample UE file for Motorola Atrix

Product : Radio Access,Radio Access